Ferns in the garden
Light and cloud shadows on the sea, overlooking Portpatrick.
‘Cos everybody hates a tourist / Especially one who thinks it’s all such a laugh
A couple of days ago the shed door started coming off its hinges altogether in ordinary use – the wood underlying the screws had rotten away. This afternoon, we burned the whole thing – and a great bonfire it made, too, with the roofing felt melting, burning, exuding a thick black smoke (fortunately not for […]
Narcissi and Dutchman’s Breeches backlit in the evening light.
Exploring around the shores of Loch Ryan at Cairnryan Point Lighthouse
I’ve made a few photos of this waterfall since the start of the year: it might only be small, located a long walk away from home in the corner of Port Mora bay beside a cave, but being my own discovery makes it more favourite than some of the other waterfalls in Galloway. SRB ND1000 […]
Well, they say photography is partly about seeing interest in mundane things. So here are five views of a simple bit of street-furniture: fisheye, defished – for an ultrawide distorted effect, the bollard in its context minimalist – all distracting elements removed for a pure study of lines abstract – reduced to a pattern of […]
Two landscape photos, fresh off the press, taken on Friday evening as the sun had just about set. Quietness in a frame. Wouldn’t think they were HDR, would you?
This is what it looked like, walking Dog through the local woods this morning.